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Comment: C: Biology question: repetitive sequences?
... I see, thank you both for your responses. A follow-up question, what accounts for the differences in promoters/TF binding sites that recruit similar/the same enzymes? Are there small differences that may relate to transcriptional regulation, or do some of the differences not make a huge impact? ...
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Biology question: repetitive sequences?
... Wikipedia says there are three main types of repetitive regions (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repeated_sequence_(DNA)), terminal repeats, tandem repeats, and interspersed repeats. However, I am wondering if promoter regions and other transcription factor binding sites will also be exactly the same ...
genome repetitive sequence biology metagenomics written 5 weeks ago by dah12410
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Question about SNP frequency files and reference haplotype files?
... Hi everyone, In the case of SNP frequency files for a certain reference population (eg. CEU, YRI, ...) eg. rs# pos refallele refallele_freq otherallele otherallele_freq rs10181821 5703 A 0.991 G 0.009 rs10195681 8674 C 0.977 A 0.023 ... is it that reference haplotypes for the corresponding f ...
snp written 6 months ago by dah12410 • updated 6 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 10

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